36,807 walk out deck Home Design Photos

a Blade of Grass
9 Reviews
Woodland Retreat
Ideabooks55,679
Questions9
The total grade change from the patio area (off to the right of this picture) to the lowest point of the walk was around 15 percent in a straight line, but by making the path a meandering circle, we were able to keep the grade of the actual walkway closer to
Margie, thanks for the email. I love the Monterey area, I wish we could work out there too!
“Pathway” — drewdaria
Silver Oak Interiors
4 Reviews
1414 River Way, River Crossing, Spring Branch Texas
Ideabooks11,027
Questions5
windex or other glass cleaner just for the glass. The tile is porcelain, so an household tile cleanser will work great. The wonderful thing about walk through showers, is the open style allows air to transfer through after showering and helps the water to evaporate faster so that there is less residue
walk in shower & garden tub
walk through shower with tub in front
“tile colors” — leamonade4
Reverse Architecture
5 Reviews
Sudbury Residence
Ideabooks1,726
Questions0
back in order to create a more expansive interior within the otherwise compressed horizontality of the ranch house. The large expanse of glass looks out onto a private yard and frames the domestic activities of the kitchen within.
higher an the kitchen can extend out
I like the floating deck/walkway. This cube
This would be cool to extend out from our dining area at Bli Bli
“windows” — mtlh50
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Tree House-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks7,429
Questions3
bridge connecting the sleeping and living structures allows cool ocean breezes to pass from the marsh to the front yard; decks and stairs to pool and terrace visually connect inside and out. Most walls from the street are solid, providing privacy, yet they open to rooms of glass, timber and soaring ceilings
thers a band of river trolls out to get us we have to slay the dragon of goblin mountain
on the marsh side. Once you enter through the door, the entire house opens up into the glass-filled great room. Likewise, the tabby paver path leads out to the pool area that opens to the marsh.The home is elevated because of storm surges, and this facade is a nod to the gabled roofline and overhang,
the house. Once you enter through the door, the entire house opens up into the glass-filled living room. Likewise, the tabby paving stone path leads out to the pool area that opens to the marsh.The home is elevated because of storm surges, and this facade is a nod to the gabled roofline and overhang,
“Just a idea for the house” — oussy
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Crosby Residence
Ideabooks1,119
Questions2
Deck color change
Like pato & walk way
roof over decking...Craig's deck..........deck after concrete...open deck...Deck roof...Curved Deck Steps
“Colors” — Vicki Hanson-Burkhart
EnviroscapeLA
Jason Backyard
Ideabooks741
Questions0
doesn't draw me into the space to walk and explore.
The pergola with wood deck attached
Raised deck and pergola
Love the small deck!!!
Decking and arbour...Pergola deck idea...Mira el deck...deck 4...Porch deck...Great deck...Deck, Stream & pond
“love it” — slkeen0825
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Eclectic Modern Residence
Ideabooks4,887
Questions1
stepping stones around raised deck ...
Concrete pavers around deck
Deck area leading to pool
deck and grass division
Deck, tiles and pool
for walking...deck concrete...stones around deck...Stones off deck...pool and deck...decking border
“Terrasse” — admar13
Cascade Custom Pools
2 Reviews
The Desert Oasis Pool
Ideabooks16,416
Questions3
Is there water u set the deck?
Sorry for the delay, the water doesn't actually go under the wood deck. The wood deck goes over the pool coping/beam giving it the look of water going under the deck.
I like the use of the deck.
Interesting wood deck
Water under deck...Pool deck...Walk in pool ideas....I like the deck...Poolside deck...The hang-over deck...Rocks and deck...neat deck idea
“natural looking pool” — Amanda Kā
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